WOW! I cannot say enough good things!. My husband and I visited this adorable little cottage-turned-restaurant on a Saturday for lunch while staying in the area. It was a chilly day, but the tables outside in the sun were just warm enough to be pleasant with a teapot of steaming tea served with a matching cup and saucer. Our server was kind and attentive even though the place was incredibly busy; he made it seem like we were his only table, even though we could tell he was equally as attentive to his other patrons. The decor of the restaurant is sweet and clean, but the FOOD was the star of the show. The chef is apparently award-winning in Texas, and it is easy to see why! We both tried the Mushroom & Broccoli Quiche, I had the pumpkin soup, and my husband had the potato soup. All was divine -- even the homemade salad dressings! Everything was cooked and seasoned to perfection, and plated beautifully. I would say it was the highlight of our day! We will definitely be back -- next time, with friends!
One of the Best in New Braunfels. Very good food and service. Try the pork loin or the talipia. This is a secret of New Braunfels locals. You can usually be seated right away. Only open on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays for dinner. Despite the lady-like name "Tea Room" , the dinners will please the men in the group. By the way, excellent lunches, headlined by their quiche and flavored teas. The lunches are rather "girlie", but I enjoy them as a man.
ONLY THE BEST. Price-great,presentation-a work of art,taste-phenomenal,service from the hostess to the waitress excellent.Had family party for mother's 80th and far exceeded expectations.Dealt with ages from 1-80 with expertise.Food was beautiful,interesting and a true treat.Red head waitress (Ann?) was great.Any questions feel free to ask.
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